Food Processing Companies In Kenya

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Athi river mining was founded in 1974 by H J paunrana. It was mainly doing Agricultural Lime, Processed Minerals for Paint, Rubber, and Glass. Arm is now involved in agriculture and food and manufacturing. Its offices is at Rhino House Chiromo Road in Westlands Nairobi, Kenya. One can call +254 202 667 675 or +254 202 667 676 for more information.

Bidco

Bidco Oil Refineries Ltd was originally established as a manufacturing organization, committed to using the most efficient modern technologies to produce a superior range of products. Bidco Oil Refineries is located at thika and one can call +254 672 821 000 for more details.

Kapa Oil

(kenya oil refernies) with time, KAPA ventured into the productions of edible oils. KAPA is proud to be the first company to introduce use of reusable plastic containers for packaging cooking fats. It’s located at Mombasa road Nairobi. One can call +254 206 420 000 for further information about the company.

Finlays 

Finlays is principally focused on tea, although recent expansion has seen it move into rubber, flowers and fresh produce. It’s located in Kericho.

Kenya Seed Company

It’s a state Corporation that produces and markets top quality seeds for the country’s farming community with an overall objective of adding value to the farming business and contributing to food sufficiency in Kenya. It’s located in Kitale at mbegu plaza 2nd floor.

Maisha Flour Mills Ltd

Was stared as a family business in 1993 with only a handful of staff and vehicles, having taken over a mill which had been closed for some time. Over time the company has evolved from a humble family business into a professionally managed organization that is highly respected in its field of operation, but still upholds family values, it’s located in Nairobi-Nanyuki Main Road near KCC Kiganjo Depot.

Others include;

  • Premier Food Industries Ltd

  • Razco Ltd

  • Nestlé Foods Kenya Ltd

  • Kenya nut company

  • Mumias sugar etc

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